Allow Clients to Input their Own Twilio API (SID and Auth Token) from the Client Account Settings Section.

Basically, in the Client Account Settings, Have a Section with the Clients Twilio API. If we create a subaccount for the Client, then it auto-populates with the subaccount SID and Token. However for those of us who don't want to pay for the client's text messages and don't want to manually setup the client it would be beneficial to allow the client to go into settings after creating their own Twilio account and add their own Auth token and SID. That way the billing goes through them and we dont have to worry about Twilio eating up profits for clients with Larger Databases.

  • Leighton Butler
  • Sep 11 2019
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  • Chris Wiggins commented
    30 Jul 19:59

    Peter Michael is right, this is not shipped. Unless they shipped it to beta users and not everyone.

    Each Account should have a Twilio section that they can use the parent twilio information or they can put in their own information.

    Same should be for sendgrid as well. Sendgrid should be setup with API keys, not username/password.

  • Peter Michael commented
    31 Mar 14:24

    I don't think this idea is shipped... it still doesnt allow our clients to input their own twillio. It has to be done at the agency level

  • Brian Kalakay commented
    28 Feb 16:40


  • Shayne Hillier commented
    October 06, 2019 01:40

    Yes!! I can't believe that this isn't something already implemented.  Voted

  • Mathew Proud commented
    October 03, 2019 23:13